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Volkswagen stops on July 22, 2021 the Annual General Meeting. There is also a dividend proposal. What you need to know as a shareholder about this year's HV.
When will the VW Annual General Meeting take place 2021?
The Volkswagen Annual General Meeting will be held on July 22, 2021.
Who is entitled to participate in the ordinary VW Annual General Meeting 2021?
Participation in the Annual General Meeting of VW and the exercise of voting rights is reserved for those who are shareholders of the Company at the beginning of the 21st of the Annual General Meeting and register. Shareholders can also be represented when participating in the Annual General Meeting.
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How high will the dividend be 2021?
For the financial year 2020, the Management Board and the Supervisory Board propose a dividend of 4.80 euros per ordinary share and 4.86 euros per preference share. Thus, the dividend payment 2021 would remain stable compared to the previous year.
Volkswagen - Dividend Development since 2014
Video: Share In Focus: VW plans the end of the internal combustion engine (DPA AFX)Year dividend per mortis dividend per preference share20204.80 Euro * 4,86 Euro * 20194,80 Euro4.86 Euro20184.80 Euro4, 86 Euro20173,90 Euro3,96 Euro20162,00 Euro2,06 Euro20150,11 Euro0,17 Euro20144,80 Euro4,86 Euro
* Dividend proposal for the financial year 2020
When will the dividend be paid in 2020?
As a rule, the dividend will be paid to the shareholders on the third banking day after the Annual General Meeting. Therefore, the payment of the dividend should be made no later than 27 July 2021.
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Big declines in used car sales in January and February 2021 led to a 8.9 percent first-quarter fall in secondhand motors changing hands . © Provided by Motoring Research Motorpoint used car forecourt January was hit particularly hard, with a 27.1 percent decline, while February was down 19.4 percent. March did record 32.2 percent growth – but this was on a weak 2020 as the first impact of the coronavirus pandemic began to be felt. Industry leaders are now hoping the 1.68 million used cars that changed hands in the first quarter of 2021 will improve significantly as Covid restrictions begin to lift.
When does the Volkswagen share record "ex dividend"?
at the so-called ex-dividend day, the day after the Annual General Meeting, the share price of VW is reduced by the fixed dividend and are accordingly marked.
until what time does I have to acquire Volkswagen shares to be entitled to dividend 2021?
The share must have been posted on the depot lateest on the day of the Annual General Meeting, ie on July 22, 2021.
Information from VW to the Annual General Meeting 2021VW Annual Report 2020 (PDF) Information on the Annual General Meeting 2021
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